Media & Podcasts

Spotlight on Dr. Golnaz Golnaraghi, Accelerate Her Future

“This article is about a woman of colour, championing and dedicating her life’s work to all women of colour, and as such is  written by a woman of colour. “

March 2023

Future of Good

“Go slow to go fast”: Seven new founders on how to better support social impact startups

March 2022

Canadian SME

Access to influential networks within the entrepreneurship ecosystem

January 2022

UBC Sauder School of Business

Closing the gender gap in business and tech

May 2021

CTV News

Gearing up for International Women’s Day

March 2021

The Globe and Mail

Changemakers: Canada faces serious challenges, but these leaders who that solutions are possible

March 2021

Social Ventures Zone, TMU

Celebrating International Women’s Day: Q&A with Dr. Golnaz Golnaraghi

March 2021

CTV News

Bridging the Workplace Gap – Promoting Mentorship for Black, Indigenous, and Women of Colour

February 2021

Women of Influence

Mentoring as a Pathway to More Equitable Organizations

January 2021

LiisBeth Media

What we are talking about when we talk about white privilege: Themes from the White Privilege conference in Toronto

September 2018


Illustration of three women with words "The Equity Gap Podcast"

The Equity Gap Podcast

From saviorism to solidarity in the workplace – a conversation with Dr. Golnaz Golnaraghi – Changemaker, Speaker, Author & Founder of Accelerate her Future

Her Climb Podcast

Dr. Golnaz Golnaraghi: Moving into the future, deliberate and unafraid

Toronto Metropolitan University

Opportunity For All: How Social Entrepreneurs Are Fostering Inclusive Workplaces

The Colour Gap Podcast

Redefining success for women of colour with Dr. Golnaz Golnaraghi

Coralus Formerly SheEO

Honouring the Torchbearers & Pathfinders

An AmbiSHEous Production

Beginner Women Podcast: Exploring Intersectionality at Early Career with Dr. Golnaz Golnaraghi

“I am a first-generation immigrant from Iran and visitor on this land who arrived due to a revolution uprising in my country. Honouring the women in my lineage, I am the daughter of Mehrangiz Saebi, grand daughter of Ensieh Saebi and Heshmat Golnaraghi. I am grateful and humbled for the opportunity to live, grow and work on the lands protected by the Dish with One Spoon wampum agreement, the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Anishnaabeg, the Attawandaron, and the Metis peoples.”

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